How to Achieve Maximum Success with Internet
First we can define internet as the global system that is comprised of computer networks that are interconnected and use an internet protocol suite that links all devices globally. Internet can also be described as a network of networks which contains public, private, business, academic, and government networks that are of global to local scope.
All these networks are linked together with a very broad array of electronics, wireless and optical networking technology. Now efficiency of the internet to be able to do all this is mainly governed by the speed. It is known that speed always vary from one device to the other and in other cases it depends on the type of broadband you happen to possess. The internet has very many network services and the most traffic is usually experienced through mobile applications like the social media apps, electronic mail, the world wide web and file sharing. All this takes place successfully when the speed of the internet is relatively at a good rate.
When the speed of the internet is high any person relying on the internet will be able to cover a wide range of duties in the internet in a very short time. When the internet is of a high speed then you will not only be able to enjoy streaming TV shows, downloading movies and pictures and online gaming but also you can be able to gain from it by working in the comfort of your home, downloading latest software updates, video chatting and much more.
It is known that high speed internet begins from 512 kilobits per second (kbps) and goes a long way up beyond that, since fast internet is relative. A few decades ago, we had dial-up being the only internet offered to homes which had a speed starting from 56 kbps. During that time people would not be able to dream of any speed higher than 1 mbps ( megabit per second) but, a new era of technology emerged and the impossible became the most possible. Now because of fiber-optic internet people get to experience internet speeds of up to 500 mbps.
The fiber-optic internet technology transmit data using pulses of light which allow it move large amounts of data at long distances in a very short period of time, in comparison with copper. Copper is used in cable internet to transmit data. Cable internet was fastest for a period of time but fiber-optic internet came and took the show eventually.
Speed is less alarming when it comes to fiber-optic internet because individuals get their own high speed internet separately from the others meaning speed will not fluctuate because it is not being shared by other users. High speed internet has come a long way, evolving from 56 kbps up to 500 mbps, I think it is safe to say that it will not stop there.
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